Hazardous Waste

Proper hazardous waste management requires a systematic and coherent approach with emphasis on prevention. To fulfill this, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has prepared the National Hazardous Waste Management Plan. Every household and business in Ireland creates a certain amount of hazardous waste, e.g. batteries, cooking and engine oil, old paint tins, fluorescent tubes, old unwanted medicines, and old gardening products such as weed killer.

The Recycling Centres at Scotch Corner and Convent Lands Carrickmacross will accept some of your household hazardous waste in the form of:
  • Car and household batteries
  • Engine and cooking oil
  • Fluorescent tubes
  • Used Mobile Phones & Chargers

 

Waste Management (Movement of Hazardous Waste) Regulations 1998

If your company or business is producing hazardous waste you are responsible for making sure that it is disposed of in a proper environmental manner. Your company must comply with the Waste Management (Movement of Hazardous Waste) Regulations 1998.

C1 Form (Now known as Waste Transfer Form)

The new C1 form process is now an online system controlled by Dublin City Council and is now called a Waste Transfer Form (WTF). For more information please go to wrms.dublincity.ie

Transfrontier Shipment Forms

TFS forms are available from the National TFS Office, Dublin City Council, Eblana House, 68-71 Marrowbone Lane, Dublin 8, Tel: 01 22242350/ 2224374.

These forms are obligatory for the transportation of waste and must be completed. Failure to do so could result in a prosecution. For more information on disposing of hazardous waste and application forms please contact the environment section 042 9661240.

Farm Hazardous Waste Collection

On the 25th November 2016 Monaghan County Council in conjunction with The Environmental Protection Agency will be  conducting a farm hazardous waste collection in Ballybay Mart. For more information click here

After this date farmers should continue to segregate their hazardous waste for future collection or make arrangements with hazardous waste collection companies to have hazardous waste collected directly from them. For example, many hazardous waste collection companies offer a collection service for used oil filters and used oil. The recycling centres  in Monaghan also collect certain hazardous waste contact recycling centres for more info